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Pac Choi 'Mei Qing Choi'

Pac Choi 'Mei Qing Choi'

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Bolt-resistant compact selection has green midrib. Crunchy and sweet.... [Read more]

Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Carpet'

Pachysandra terminalis 'Green Carpet'

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Rich glossy evergreen foliage, groundcover, compact & improved, white flowers appear in spring, quick spread... [Read more]

Panicum virgatum 'Hot Rod Red'

Panicum virgatum 'Hot Rod Red'

Common Name: Switch Grass

A lovely compact switch grass that emerges blue green and reddens rapidly to produce a rich, deep maroon show. Quite early to color.


Panicum virgatum 'Ruby Ribbons'

Panicum virgatum 'Ruby Ribbons'

Common Name: Switch Grass
This cultivar adds deep red color to the mid summer and fall garden after emerging with blue green foliage in spring. Compact size can work well in the garden or in large containers.

Pansy 'Blueberry Thrill'

Pansy 'Blueberry Thrill'

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Blue, white and yellow with blotch, like 'Ultima Morpho' but more vivid, compact plant.... [Read more]

Pansy 'Delta Premium Neon Violet'

Pansy 'Delta Premium Neon Violet'

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Dark violet with a light backround to its black face.

Pansy 'Fizzy Lemonberry'

Pansy 'Fizzy Lemonberry'

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Charming new mix of frilly, frilly yellow with purple picotee edges.

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Pansy 'Frizzle Sizzle Passion Fruit'

Pansy 'Frizzle Sizzle Passion Fruit'

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Frilly and ruffled double. Passionfruit colored edges fade to cream with dark maroon face and whiskers.

Pansy 'Karma Blue Butterfly'

Pansy 'Karma Blue Butterfly'

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Unique large-flowered bicolor with deep blue background accented with yellow lower petals and dark whiskers.... [Read more]

Pansy 'Karma Blue sun'

Pansy 'Karma Blue sun'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. Deep purple wings with blue and butter yellow faces. Deep purple whiskers.

Pansy 'Mariposa Peach Shades'

Pansy 'Mariposa Peach Shades'

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Various shades of peach and rose with dark blotches.

Pansy 'Matrix Blue Frost'

Pansy 'Matrix Blue Frost'

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Large blossoms with a deep purple blotch with creamy purple edges and purple veining.

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Pansy 'Matrix™ Lavender Shades'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Lavender Shades'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. Extra large flowers with purple tones range from dark to a whisper to white. Purple and lavender whiskers.

Pansy 'Matrix™ Mix Raspberry Sundae'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Mix Raspberry Sundae'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. A mix of solid raspberry, raspberry wings/white face/dark blotch and all white with dark blotch.

Pansy 'Matrix™ Mix Tanzanite'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Mix Tanzanite'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. Mix of solid dark purple, white with blotch and violet with blotch.

Pansy 'Matrix™ Morpheus'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Morpheus'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. Vibrant blue wings, gold face with purple whiskers.

Pansy 'Matrix™ Ocean'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Ocean'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. Pastel violet with dark blotches.

Pansy 'Matrix™ Purple'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Purple'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. Rich royal purple with darker centers.

Pansy 'Matrix™ Red Blotch'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Red Blotch'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. Rich mahogany-red with dark blotches.

Pansy 'Matrix™ Rose Blotch'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Rose Blotch'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. Dark rose-raspberry with dark blotches.

Pansy 'Matrix™ Rose Wing'

Pansy 'Matrix™ Rose Wing'

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This series has extra large flowers on short stems that resist the spindly look. White flower with rose colored wings and dark blotch. Cooler temps and lower light may cause a delightful rosy halo on lower petals.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Blotch Mix'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Blotch Mix'

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Nice primary colors of blue, red, purple, white, yellow, all with blotch.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Blue Blotch'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Blue Blotch'

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Deep blue marked with dark blotched faces.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Blue Blotch'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Blue Blotch'

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This strong series has been especially grown for our northern climates where compact plants without stretching and heavy blooming during short spring days is so important. Deep blue marked with dark blotched faces.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Deep Orange'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Deep Orange'

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The name says it all--a wonderful deep orange pansy.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Golden Yellow Blotch'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Golden Yellow Blotch'

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Bright, deep yellow with dark blotch.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Lemon'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Lemon'

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Pure, clean lovely yellow.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Midnight Glow'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Midnight Glow'

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Gorgeous deep velvety purple outer edges with bright yellow whiskered faces. Very striking.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Pink Shades'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Pink Shades'

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This strong series has been especially grown for our northern climates where compact plants without stretching and heavy blooming during short spring days is so important. A range of pink shades from raspberry to rosey-violet to pastel violet-pink a

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Sangria'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Sangria'

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Luscious maroon outer edges have yellow faces with dark inner blotch. Dark veins add even more character to these showy beauties.

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Scarlet'

Pansy 'Spring Matrix Scarlet'

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Strong, dark scarlet blooms.

Pansy 'Ultima Radiance Red'

Pansy 'Ultima Radiance Red'

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Medium sized flowers in an exhaustive range of colors. Very cold tolerant. Mahogany-red with wide orange halos. Dark, detailed whiskers.

Papaloquelite

Papaloquelite

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We made magic when we added it to fresh spring rolls.
It is also called summer cilantro. This South American herb has... [Read more]


Papaver commutatum 'Ladybird'

Papaver commutatum 'Ladybird'

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A bushy annual poppy absolutely covered with brilliant red poppies, blooms for 6 weeks, may reseed, loves cool temps.... [Read more]

Papaver nudicaule 'Spring Fever™ Mix'

Papaver nudicaule 'Spring Fever™ Mix'

Common Name: Icelandic Poppy
Large bright blooms of crepe-paper like petals in red, orange, yellow and white on multiple compact stems in late spring. Mass plant for high impact.

Papaver orientale 'Allegro'

Papaver orientale 'Allegro'

Common Name: Oriental Poppy
Huge 6" black-eyed scarlet flowers in May and June on dwarf 16" plants, fuzzy basal foliage goes dormant in heat of summer, r... [Read more]

Papaver orientale 'Beauty of Livermere'

Papaver orientale 'Beauty of Livermere'

Common Name: Oriental Poppy
Giant crimson blooms with black-marked centers to 8" across. Clump-forming fuzzy foliage goes dormant in summer's heat, rege... [Read more]

Papaver orientale 'Konigin Alexandra'

Papaver orientale 'Konigin Alexandra'

Common Name: Oriental Poppy
Striking salmon pink blooms with black centers, fuzzy basal foliage goes dormant in heat of summer, reappears in autumn... [Read more]

Papaver orientale 'Red Shades'

Papaver orientale 'Red Shades'

Common Name: Oriental Poppy
For those times when six petals are not enough. Shades of red and scarlet on large semi-double blooms in late spring. Like all oriental poppies, the foliage goes dormant in summer's heat and reappears in autumn, harkening back to their origins in

Papaver orientalis 'Plum Pudding'

Papaver orientalis 'Plum Pudding'

Common Name: Oriental Poppy
Tissue-like blooms brighten June with their large plum-pink flowers held on strong stems. An improved 'Patty's Plum'.

Parsley, curled 'Forest Green'

Parsley, curled 'Forest Green'

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Dark green with deeply curled leaves, great for garnish, traditional garden variety. Responds well to being cut back; new st... [Read more]

Parsley, flat 'Gigante d'Italia (Italian Large Leaf)'

Parsley, flat 'Gigante d'Italia (Italian Large Leaf)'

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Flat green leaves and upright habit with stronger flavor than curly parsley, used in a large variety of cooking and salads. ... [Read more]

Patchouli

Patchouli

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Large leaves that smell of mint and sandalwood, often used for potpourri and incense.... [Read more]

Pennisetum 'Black Stockings'

Pennisetum 'Black Stockings'

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Very tall plants with wide grass blades are a dark rich purple with burgundy veins and canes.

Pennisetum 'Fireworks'

Pennisetum 'Fireworks'

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Pennisetum 'Princess Caroline'

Pennisetum 'Princess Caroline'

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A somewhat shorter version of 'Princess' with an improved growth habit. Solid deep burgundy blades. No seed heads appear.<... [Read more]


Pennisetum 'Princess Molly'

Pennisetum 'Princess Molly'

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Very compact form with erect deep burgundy blades. Use instead of slower growing Phormiums or Cordyline in medium to large... [Read more]


Pennisetum setaceum 'Cherry Sparkler'

Pennisetum setaceum 'Cherry Sparkler'

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Graceful flowing grass with green and white variegation with a pink blush mixed in. Beautiful burgundy-red plumes.

Pennisetum setaceum 'Prince'

Pennisetum setaceum 'Prince'

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Purple foliage becomes a deeper as summer gets hotter. Fuller habit than other purple grasses. Vigorous growth. Outstandin... [Read more]

Pennisetum setaceum 'Princess'

Pennisetum setaceum 'Princess'

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A petite version of 'Prince'. Perfect for smaller settings and containers.... [Read more]

Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum'

Pennisetum setaceum 'Rubrum'

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Arching deep red foliage, purple/red plumes, easy to grow... [Read more]

Pennisetum setaceum 'Graceful Grasses Vertigo'

Pennisetum setaceum 'Graceful Grasses Vertigo'

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This large grass, with it's rich shiny burgundy foliage, provides an architectural presence in the garden or in a container, ... [Read more]

Penstemon 'Dark Towers'

Penstemon 'Dark Towers'

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Burgundy bronze foliage provides a dramatic contrast interspersed into a border. Late summer, masses of pink tubular shape... [Read more]


Penstemon grandiflorus

Penstemon grandiflorus

Common Name: Large Flowered Beard Tongue
NATIVE prairie, upright stalks of tubular pinkish blue blooms, stiff waxy bluish foliage, tough as nails in a dry location, h... [Read more]

Penstemon grandiflorus 'War Axe'

Penstemon grandiflorus 'War Axe'

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An exceptional native strain discovered near the War Axe Wildlife Management Area in Nebraska. Reddish stems clad in tubular ... [Read more]

Pentas 'Butterfly Deep Rose'

Pentas 'Butterfly Deep Rose'

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Vibrant rose 3" flowers top attractive glossy foliage for a container or garden plant that thrives in our summer weather and supports the pollinators, too.

Pentas 'Butterfly Red'

Pentas 'Butterfly Red'

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3" rich red umbels call to the hummingbirds and butterflies to join you in the garden. Easy to grow even in hot and humid conditions.

Pentas 'Starcluster Red'

Pentas 'Starcluster Red'

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Red star-shaped flowers with small white centers bloom atop erect stems from spring to autumn.[Read more]


Pentas lanceolata 'Butterfly White'

Pentas lanceolata 'Butterfly White'

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No wonder the common name for Pentas is "Star Cluster," because these blooms really are clusters of dozens of cute little white stars. Multiple flowerheads above neatly mounted shiny green foliage. Best of all, these are crazy-attractive to bees an

Peony, Tree 'Lavender'

Peony, Tree 'Lavender'

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Hardy, woody shrub with huge colorful blossoms, sturdy stems that need no staking, spectacular.


Peony, Tree 'Red'

Peony, Tree 'Red'

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Hardy, woody shrub with huge colorful blossoms, sturdy stems that need no staking, spectacular.


Pepper 'Aji Cristal'

Pepper 'Aji Cristal'

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Our plug grower Eli would never be without this lanky, prolific Capsicum baccatumin her garden. Setting dozens of upward pointing, pale yellow 3-4" fruits, this native of Chile has a unique smoky citrus flavor that is perfect in salsas raw or cooked

Pepper 'Beaver Dam'

Pepper 'Beaver Dam'

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(To the tune of "Yellow Submarine.") In the town/where I was born/ there lived a man/ who grew these peppers.//Mostly sweet/with a little heat/they start chartreuse/then ripen red. //We all love to grow the Beaver Dam peppers, Beaver Dam peppers, Bea

Pepper 'Cajun Belle'

Pepper 'Cajun Belle'

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All America selection. Petite 1 oz red fruits on compact bushy plants, perfect for patio or container gardens. Flavor is sw... [Read more]

Pepper 'Capperino Cherry'

Pepper 'Capperino Cherry'

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A new hybrid cherry-type pepper just the right size and heat for stuffing and pickling. Round to slightly flattened fruits are about 1½". Medium sized plants.

Pepper 'Carmen'

Pepper 'Carmen'

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Thick walled Italian frying type ripens to a lush, rich red with an incredibly sweet taste. Fruit are 6" long x 2" wide, great roasted or raw.

Pepper 'Cayenne'

Pepper 'Cayenne'

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Prolific, slender wrinkled 5-6" peppers, begin dark green, change to bright red. Use fresh or dry them to spice up your wint... [Read more]

Pepper 'Cayenne, Golden'

Pepper 'Cayenne, Golden'

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Slender fruits measure up at 4-5 " and are actually more of a lemon yellow shade. Thin walls mean they dry well for storage, or perhaps you've been dreaming up a golden chili powder… Plants are compact but productive as well as quite ornament

Pepper 'Cayennetta'

Pepper 'Cayennetta'

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Half-long cayenne chilies are less hot than their standard-sized relations. Heavy fruit set on compact, well-branched plants which work well in patio gardens. AAS Winner in 2012.

Pepper 'Chenzo'

Pepper 'Chenzo'

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Slender, pointed black fruits set heavily on compact bushy plants. Ornamental and fun in containers; the hot fruit can also be cooked or used fresh as it ripens to red.

Pepper 'Czech Black'

Pepper 'Czech Black'

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Striking 2½" fruit begins purple-black and ripens to a lustrous garnet, so beautiful it could be grown simply for its looks ... [Read more]

Pepper 'Early Jalapeno'

Pepper 'Early Jalapeno'

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Sausage-shaped 3" blunt fruits mature early from dark green to shiny red. Mild heat is just right for fresh salsa. Originall... [Read more]

Pepper 'Fatalii'

Pepper 'Fatalii'

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Hotter, earlier, and larger fruit than Habanero. Color is pale yellow/orange. Smoky citrus flavor with very few seeds. Stur... [Read more]

Pepper 'Fish'

Pepper 'Fish'

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Putting some "ornamental" back into our Edibles selection, this 19th century heirloom from the Baltimore area has variegated foliage as well as variegated fruit. Petite 2-3" striped chilis appear to some like little fish swimming through the leaves,

Pepper 'Flavorburst Gold'

Pepper 'Flavorburst Gold'

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Plump chunky bell peppers start out chartreuse and ripen to golden yellow. Stocky plants crowded with fruit.

Pepper 'Ghost (Bhut Jalokia)'

Pepper 'Ghost (Bhut Jalokia)'

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Every six months or so some new pepper is crowned as "hottest in the world," and some new sweaty, grinning guy is pictured online holding the latest mutation of a Naga Viper, Trinidad Scorpion or Carolina Reaper with Scoville Heat units are up over

Pepper 'Gourmet Orange'

Pepper 'Gourmet Orange'

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We've been trialing various orange bell peppers in our gardens the last few summers, and 'Gourmet' has won fans among the Rush Creek crew. Blocky green fruits ripen to brilliant orange by about 85 days and perform well under a variety of climate con

Pepper 'Gypsy'

Pepper 'Gypsy'

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Shaped like a bell pepper, but smaller and earlier. Fruit ripens from pale yellow through orange to red, so plant is ornament... [Read more]

Pepper 'Habanero'

Pepper 'Habanero'

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Habanero is one of the most fiery peppers grown, 30-80 times as hot as a Jalapeno. 2" fruits ripen from dark green to salmon... [Read more]

Pepper 'Inferno Hot Wax'

Pepper 'Inferno Hot Wax'

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Admit it, you're not sitting around snacking on Bhut Jolokia or Trinidad Scorpion chilies; a Hot Wax pepper is just about the right amount of heat for most folks in salad or other raw uses. So if you're going to grow the Hot Wax, go for the Inferno

Pepper 'Jimmy Nardello'

Pepper 'Jimmy Nardello'

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A mild red 10" pepper brought from the Basilicata region of southern Italy in 1887. Good eaten raw, in stir fries, and partic... [Read more]

Pepper 'Kim Chi Hybrids'

Pepper 'Kim Chi Hybrids'

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Early production of slender 6" fruits that mature from dark green to red. Fairly hot for use fresh, in pickling, or for dryi... [Read more]

Pepper 'King of the North'

Pepper 'King of the North'

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The very best red bell for northern gardeners where seasons are short and cooler. Wonderful sweetness, nice color, great prod... [Read more]

Pepper 'Lady Bell'

Pepper 'Lady Bell'

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A good producer of 3" x 5" sweet, juicy bells. Rich green matures to bright red.... [Read more]

Pepper 'Lunch Box Mix'

Pepper 'Lunch Box Mix'

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You've seen them at the grocery store, now you can grow your own bite size peppers in cheerful red, orange and gold shades. Fruits are about the size of a Jalapeno, but 100% sweet. Perfect snack for tossing in lunches, as well as salads and stir fr

Pepper 'Mama Mia Giallo'

Pepper 'Mama Mia Giallo'

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The All-America Selection judges liked this Italian-fryer style pepper so much they gave it a nationwide recommendation. The long list of attributes includes cheery golden yellow color, bountiful fruit set, sweet flavor, good foliage cover to preven

Pepper 'Matchbox'

Pepper 'Matchbox'

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Great patio plant, this squat plant bears prolific upright 2" fruit through Oct. Multitudes of pale green fruit mature to de... [Read more]

Pepper 'New Ace'

Pepper 'New Ace'

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Sweet, easy to grow bell peppers are thin-walled and turn red early.... [Read more]

Pepper 'Pasilla Holy Mole'

Pepper 'Pasilla Holy Mole'

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Slender, elongated 7-9" dark green peppers will ripen to a brownish shade at about 85 days. Then bust out your mole recipes, because this high-yielding, disease-resistant pasilla hybrid will provide the backbone to your sauce. Can also be pickled o

Pepper 'Poblano Tiburon'

Pepper 'Poblano Tiburon'

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If you love chili rellenos and moles, you will find more to love with Tiburon. Hybrid vigor will give you bigger Anchos and more of them. Tall sturdy plants. 75 days.

Pepper 'Poblano (Ancho)'

Pepper 'Poblano (Ancho)'

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A Poblano when it is green becomes an Ancho when it ripens to brick-red and is fully dried. Won't dry on the plant in our cli... [Read more]

Pepper 'Purple Bell'

Pepper 'Purple Bell'

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Compact bell shaped fruits begin green, then hold in purple stage for some time before turning purple-red. Tastes crisp and ... [Read more]

Pepper 'Serrano'

Pepper 'Serrano'

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Essential Pico de Gallo ingredient. 2" fruits pack a wallop. Prolific compact plants.... [Read more]

Pepper 'Shishito'

Pepper 'Shishito'

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Move over Padron, this is the trendy appetizer pepper these days. Grilled or pan-seared and salted, they become the perfect pop-in-your-mouth snack. The sweet mild peppers are mid-green, wrinkled, slender, 3-4" long.

Pepper 'Sweet Banana'

Pepper 'Sweet Banana'

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Favorite for pickling or frying. No heat at all. Ripens from pale yellow though orange to red.... [Read more]

Pepper 'Sweet Chocolate'

Pepper 'Sweet Chocolate'

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There are those who say life is too short for milk chocolate, but when you see the warm brown tones of these bell peppers, you may set down that bar of 65% dark and head for the pepper patch. Fruits set early, are produced heavily and will keep set

Pepper 'Tabasco'

Pepper 'Tabasco'

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Capsicum frutescens. Make your own hot sauce, or elongated 2" fruits also dry well. Fruit points up rather than hangs down o... [Read more]

Pepper 'Tangerine Dream'

Pepper 'Tangerine Dream'

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Another beauty for your large containers, these compact bushy plants set dozens of 3" deep orange-red elongated peppers. Mostly sweet, but packing a secret little hot punch.

Pepper 'Thai Hot'

Pepper 'Thai Hot'

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Hundreds of 1" fruits on small bushy plants. Nice in a container, even nicer in your stir fry. Can also be dried and used to ... [Read more]

Pericallis 'Senetti Baby Blue Bicolor'

Pericallis 'Senetti Baby Blue Bicolor'

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Eye-catching 1 1/2" daisy-like blooms with a deep purple blue center, a diffuse white ring and petals tipped with a soft p... [Read more]


Perilla 'Purple Magilla'

Perilla 'Purple Magilla'

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Now you can get your Magilla in darker hues. Check out the vermillion slash through the deep burgundy-purple heart of each leaf. Just a pinch of green and gold on newer foliage before they darken up. Loves heat and sun. Mounding habit.

Perilla frutescens crispa Aka Shiso

Perilla frutescens crispa Aka Shiso

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Large ruffled purple leaves, beautiful accent, containers, loves hot weather... [Read more]

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Lacey Blue'

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Lacey Blue'

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The first truly short Perovskia. Upright, densly branched, silver stems bear spikes of lavendar-blue flowers. Adds the appearance of wispy blue clouds to the landscape. Works well in a container. Blooms all summer. Cut back to 6" in the spring

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Little Spire'

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Little Spire'

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A must have! Compact erect habit with deep violet flowers, petite gray-green leaves, fragrant, long blooming July-Sept... [Read more]

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Peek-A-Blue'

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Peek-A-Blue'

Common Name: Russian Sage
A perfect Russian sage for the mid border or a smaller garden. Compact and sturdy, the silver foliage and lovely lavender blue spikes accent other varieties of mid to late summer blooming perennials.

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Superba'

Perovskia atriplicifolia 'Superba'

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Lavender to blue blossoms, blooms Aug-Oct... [Read more]

Persicaria polymorpha

Persicaria polymorpha

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Great plant from Asia, white plumes with bushy, bold, clumping foliage from May- Sept., noninvasive.... [Read more]

Persicaria amplex. 'Golden Arrow'

Persicaria amplex. 'Golden Arrow'

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Can't miss the mark with this vibrant golden green lance shaped foliage. Keeps its color throughout the season. Slender spik... [Read more]

Petchoa 'Supercal Terracotta'

Petchoa 'Supercal Terracotta'

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Popular color, soft orange with yellow netting

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Petchoa 'Supercal® Artist Rose'

Petchoa 'Supercal® Artist Rose'

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Pink background with rose veining and that great Petchoa garden performance.


Petchoa 'SuperCal® Blue'

Petchoa 'SuperCal® Blue'

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We had to have this deep blue Petchoa for our list. With as good performance as Calibrachoas, these have a larger flower size for that extra pop of color in containers or the garden. Self cleaning makes it even better.

Petunia 'African Sunset F1'

Petunia 'African Sunset F1'

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2014 All America Selections Winner. In trials we visited, this was a true performer! In the garden these plants, covered in medium orange blossoms, will spread up to 32 inches.

Petunia 'Blanket® Double White'

Petunia 'Blanket® Double White'

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Our staff member Gary has been lobbying for the addition of this beautiful small double petunia. He trialed it in his containers at home and couldn't say enough about the vigor, pure white color and double flower form. Medium vigor so grows well wi

Petunia 'Blanket® Lemon Glow'

Petunia 'Blanket® Lemon Glow'

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Small pink flowers with a lemon yellow eye on a vigorous, trailing variety that will add to any container or as a groundcover in the garden. Self cleaning.

Petunia 'Blanket® Red'

Petunia 'Blanket® Red'

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I can't say enough about Blanket Petunias. We decided to add another color along with the violet because of their all-around great attributes.

Petunia 'Blanket® Violet'

Petunia 'Blanket® Violet'

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A wonderful performing and spreading petunia. We've been told this is actually more like a sky blue. Spreading to 3'.

Petunia 'Blanket® Violet'

Petunia 'Blanket® Violet'

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Tiny purple blue flower with an elegant clear white throat. Blooms profusely with a uniform growth habit. Our Gary's favorite for containers and baskets….and he knows petunias.

Petunia 'Blanket® Zinfandel'

Petunia 'Blanket® Zinfandel'

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Our basket designer, Gary, is so crazy for this series! He chose this intoxicating rich rose with a deep red wine eye for our 2015 selection. It is gorgeous but ... Gary, "Enough already."

Petunia 'Cascadia™ Indian Summer'

Petunia 'Cascadia™ Indian Summer'

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Another very popular variety at trials and shows this year. Varied shades of yellow to rose to pink lending a terra cotta look to this vigorous plant. Also available in hanging baskets.

Petunia 'Cascadia™ Indian Summer'

Petunia 'Cascadia™ Indian Summer'

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Another very popular variety at trials and shows this year. Varied shades of yellow to rose to pink lending a terra cotta look for this vigorous plant. Also available in 4" pots.

Petunia 'Cascadias™ Autumn Mystery'

Petunia 'Cascadias™ Autumn Mystery'

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Soft creamy yellow flowers accented with a mocha and purple eye. An unusual and appealing new color for 2015.

Petunia 'Cha Ching Cherry'

Petunia 'Cha Ching Cherry'

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This funky petunia is the talk of the town for 2014. We trialed it last summer and found it fabulous. Cherry, with a white star and yellow center.

Petunia 'Crazytunia Pulse'

Petunia 'Crazytunia Pulse'

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The Crazytunias add another wild and crazy cousin. Yellow stripes are lined with rose and surrounded by bordeaux. Stable colors are a fun design element for gardeners with a wild side.

Petunia 'Glow Blue Stardust'

Petunia 'Glow Blue Stardust'

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A stunning bicolor of deep true blue, striped with soft white. We can't wait to put this one in combinations.

Petunia 'Glow Lavender Shades'

Petunia 'Glow Lavender Shades'

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A variety of lavender shades on one plant. Trailing habit with large flowers that bloom early in the season.

Petunia 'Happy Magic Giant Dijon'

Petunia 'Happy Magic Giant Dijon'

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Multiple shades of orange and yellow give this the spicy look your customers love. Very large blooms with pointed petals and a semi-trailing habit are fantastic in baskets, window boxes and containers

Petunia 'Hells® Bells'

Petunia 'Hells® Bells'

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Fiery orange-red. Spreads to 12". Large flowers.

Petunia 'Lime Light'

Petunia 'Lime Light'

Common Name:
Rose with a lime border. Nice compact mounding form. LOTS of flowers.

Petunia 'Moonlight Eclipse (Blue with Green Edge)'

Petunia 'Moonlight Eclipse (Blue with Green Edge)'

Common Name:
We've been told by a reliable female source that this is the petunia that men were loving at the trials she attending this year. Get it for the "Man Cave" section of your store. Rich blue with a green edge and a overall metallic sheen. It is moundi

Petunia 'Peppy Red'

Petunia 'Peppy Red'

Common Name:
Can't help but smile at these red and white striped petals. This series features variation in the markings which adds to the charm.

Petunia 'Peppy Sunset'

Petunia 'Peppy Sunset'

Common Name:
Creamy yellow accented with pale coral markings, this cultivar has an appealing vintage appearance on a trailing form. Random markings add to the appeal.

Petunia 'Potunia® Papaya'

Petunia 'Potunia® Papaya'

Common Name:
Soft papaya orange medium-sized blooms on a rounded, compact plant. Lots of blooms!

Petunia 'Potunia® Plus Dark Red'

Petunia 'Potunia® Plus Dark Red'

Common Name:
Extra large deep red blossoms with a blood red center totally cover this upright and mounding form. Don't use this for a trailing application but rather in containers and window boxes or the garden border where a blast of color is needed. Love it!

Petunia 'Potunia® Plus Papaya'

Petunia 'Potunia® Plus Papaya'

Common Name:
We can't live without this vibrant papaya color. It shines out from the bunch on the bench and is interesting in mixed combos. Large flowers and a tight mounded form brought it back to our list for 2014.

Petunia 'Potunia® Plus Purple'

Petunia 'Potunia® Plus Purple'

Common Name:
Intense purple with a dark throat.

Petunia 'Potunia® Purple Halo'

Petunia 'Potunia® Purple Halo'

Common Name:
Rich grape centers are accented by clean white margins on this new color of Potunia. The mounding habit is ideal for containers and window boxes but the flower power is the star here.

Petunia 'Radiance Pink'

Petunia 'Radiance Pink'

Common Name:
This petunia is an early and floriferous bloomer that will be covered in radiant taffeta-pink blooms.

Petunia 'Ray Salmon'

Petunia 'Ray Salmon'

Common Name:
Don't miss this beautiful new salmon-orange variety sporting a soft cream center. We were charmed with this variety at shows this summer. Wow!

Petunia 'Ray Salmon'

Petunia 'Ray Salmon'

Common Name:
Don't miss this beautiful new salmon orange variety sporting a soft cream center. We were charmed with this variety at the shows this summer. Wow! On our basket list this year, too.

Petunia 'Ray™ Bordeaux'

Petunia 'Ray™ Bordeaux'

Common Name:
Medium sized bordeaux colored blossoms with darker centers on a mounding form. Unique color and early to bloom.

Petunia 'Shock Wave ™ Denim'

Petunia 'Shock Wave ™ Denim'

Common Name:
A patch of this variety looks like a river of blue shades that will please any gardener. Flowers are somewhat smaller than the 'Waves'.

Petunia 'Sophistica Blackberry'

Petunia 'Sophistica Blackberry'

Common Name:
Shimmering black with some reddish-purple undertones.

Petunia 'Sophistica Lime'

Petunia 'Sophistica Lime'

Common Name:
A true saturated lime color without the veining or fading that yellow petunias usually demonstrate.

Petunia 'Sun Spun™ Orange'

Petunia 'Sun Spun™ Orange'

Common Name:
Orange IS the new black. Really amazing, a pure, velvety orange petunia that will stay true to its color in low light or bright.

Petunia 'Supercal Neon Rose'

Petunia 'Supercal Neon Rose'

Common Name:

Rich rose with a small gold throat.

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Petunia 'Supercal Velvet'

Petunia 'Supercal Velvet'

Common Name:

Deepest red with slight yellow throat.

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Petunia 'Supercal® Cherry Improved'

Petunia 'Supercal® Cherry Improved'

Common Name:
A nice red petunia/callie cross with large flowers. Semi-trailing habit and bright red blooms.

Petunia 'Supertunia Black Cherry'

Petunia 'Supertunia Black Cherry'

Common Name:
Mouthwatering medium-large blooms have slightly frilled edges and are a very dark iridescent red. Handsome!

Petunia 'Surfinia Sumo™ Pink'

Petunia 'Surfinia Sumo™ Pink'

Common Name:
You will want to remember that this petunia has the word 'Sumo' in its name because it will be living up to it! Very large, very vigorous plants and flowers have hot, hot, hot pink blooms.

Petunia 'Surprise Grape'

Petunia 'Surprise Grape'

Common Name:
Early flowering light grape with dark grape throat and veining. This series stays flat with a pleasing trailing habit.

Petunia 'Surprise Midnight Cowboy'

Petunia 'Surprise Midnight Cowboy'

Common Name:
As rich and velvety as a purple can be without being black. Spreading habit.

Petunia 'Sweetunia Grape Ice'

Petunia 'Sweetunia Grape Ice'

Common Name:
This petunia boasts a pink flower with a purple throat and then finishes with rose veins. Sounds like a personal problem but what it really means is that it is stunning enough to be worthy of its own basket.

Petunia 'Sweetunia Hot Rod Red'

Petunia 'Sweetunia Hot Rod Red'

Common Name:
Hot, hot red small blossoms cover this dense mound that trails softly over the side of baskets or containers.

Petunia 'Sweetunia Hot Rod Red'

Petunia 'Sweetunia Hot Rod Red'

Common Name:
Hot, hot red blossoms cover this trailing variety. The blossoms are slightly smaller than some petunias but the clear bright red blossoms will rev your engine.

Petunia 'Sweetunia® Grape Ice'

Petunia 'Sweetunia® Grape Ice'

Common Name:
Another eye-catching variety with grape centers spilling into pale pink margins. Nice medium vigor on this series helps it combine well with other varieties.

Petunia 'Sweetunia® Johnny Flame'

Petunia 'Sweetunia® Johnny Flame'

Common Name:
A new unique combo of deep rose with a vivid purple star. Medium sized blooms, medium vigor and loads of blooms make this a great choice for containers where you don't want the petunia to eat her neighbors. Johnny's hot!

Petunia 'Sweetunia® Mystery'

Petunia 'Sweetunia® Mystery'

Common Name:
Medium in many good ways--flower size, vigor and growth but maximum in unique flower color. Varies from an antique white with a burgundy-black center and veins to a lovely rosy pink color with simliar dark markings.

Petunia 'Vista Bubblegum®'

Petunia 'Vista Bubblegum®'

Common Name:
A favorite of Gary on our staff who found it caused a gawker slowdown when planted in front of his rural home. He plans to r... [Read more]

Phaseolus coccineus 'Scarlet Emperor'

Phaseolus coccineus 'Scarlet Emperor'

Common Name: Scarlet Runner Bean
Fast climbing bean with scarlet-orange blooms and red pods. Blooms profusely and continuously through the summer. Moist ferti... [Read more]

Phlox 'Glamour Girl'

Phlox 'Glamour Girl'

Common Name:

A tall, alluring beauty with fragrant, showy coral pink flowers on dark purple stems. Blooms mid through late summer.

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Phlox divaricata 'Mary Helen'

Phlox divaricata 'Mary Helen'

Common Name: Woodland Phlox

Vigorous indigo flowers softly streaked with deep magenta in mid to late spring.  The foliage looks b... [Read more]


Phlox drummondii 'Intensia® White'

Phlox drummondii 'Intensia® White'

Common Name:
We loved 'Intensia Blueberry' and 'Cabernet' so much last year we decided to add another color. Charming, pure, all-white flowers will bloom all season long on plants that are tolerant to the heat and cold.

Phlox glaberrima ssp. triflora 'Triple Play'

Phlox glaberrima ssp. triflora 'Triple Play'

Common Name: Smooth Phlox
A spring blooming beauty with variegated foliage and clusters of pink flowers. Brings in the hummingbirds to your garden. Likes moist conditions best.

Phlox glaberrima ssp. triflora 'Triple Play'

Phlox glaberrima ssp. triflora 'Triple Play'

Common Name: Smooth Phlox
A spring blooming beauty with showy variegated foliage and clusters of soft pink flowers with darker eyes. Prefers moist conditions. White leaf margins blush pink in cooler temperatures.

Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise'

Phlox paniculata 'Blue Paradise'

Common Name: Garden Phlox
Fragrant blooms of lavender-blue with white eyes and tiny red centers atop dark purple stems. Good mildew resistance. Blooms July-August.

Phlox paniculata 'Flame® Coral'

Phlox paniculata 'Flame® Coral'

Common Name: Garden Phlox
The compact nature of the coral pink variety with hot pink centers lends itself to garden or containers. The plants are nicely branched. The flower color is exciting and the bloom time is long. A winner!

Phlox paniculata 'Glamour Girl'

Phlox paniculata 'Glamour Girl'

Common Name: Garden Phlox
A tall, alluring beauty with fragrant, showy coral pink flowers on dark purple stems. Trialed and loved in several of our staff's gardens this past summer. This cultivar keeps healthy green foliage throughout the summer with excellent mildew resist

Phlox paniculata 'Katherine'

Phlox paniculata 'Katherine'

Common Name: Garden Phlox
For the lovers of pastels this variety can't be beat. 5 petaled blossoms in various shades of lavender with a distinct white eye. In trials at the Chicago Botanic Garden, this cultivar showed good mildew and insect resistance.

Phlox paniculata 'Peacock Purple Bicolor'

Phlox paniculata 'Peacock Purple Bicolor'

Common Name:
Reddish lavender blossoms with a clear white eye. Bred to be a bit more compact with disease resistance.

Phlox paniculata 'Peacock™ Cherry Red'

Phlox paniculata 'Peacock™ Cherry Red'

Common Name: Garden Phlox
The Peacock series is one of the best in our eyes for mildew resistance, long bloom time, fragrance and sturdy, compact form. Here is a new cherry color that really pops in the garden. A bouquet favorite.

Phlox paniculata 'Sherbet Cocktail'

Phlox paniculata 'Sherbet Cocktail'

Common Name:

Yellow-green buds emerge from chocolate burgundy bracts and open to soft pink with creamy yellow edges.&nb... [Read more]


Phlox paniculata 'Shortwood'

Phlox paniculata 'Shortwood'

Common Name: Garden Phlox
Large heads of brilliant pink flowers accented by dark pink centers. The combination of a well-branched habit, heady fragrance and the profusion of mid-summer color confirms the garden phlox's reputation as the backbone of a perennial border.

Phlox paniculata 'Wendy House'

Phlox paniculata 'Wendy House'

Common Name:

Large clusters of fragrant dark fuchsia-purple flower heads that bloom through the season. Compact, clean ... [Read more]


Phlox subulata 'Early Spring™ Dark Pink'

Phlox subulata 'Early Spring™ Dark Pink'

Common Name: Creeping phlox
Two weeks earlier than all the other subulata on the market and they're really floriferous. That's gonna be tough to beat. Rich pink blossoms cover the dense needle-like foliage.

Phlox subulata 'Millstream Daphne'

Phlox subulata 'Millstream Daphne'

Common Name: Creeping Phlox
Deep rosy pink flowers with a darker pink eye on dense, dark, deep, dandy evergreen foliage.... [Read more]

Phlox subulata 'Oakington Blue Eyes'

Phlox subulata 'Oakington Blue Eyes'

Common Name: Creeping Phlox
Lavender blue, beautiful evergreen mats, blooms in early spring.... [Read more]

Phlox subulata 'Scarlet Flame'

Phlox subulata 'Scarlet Flame'

Common Name: Creeping Phlox
Brilliant scarlet blossoms, grow vigorously, blooms early spring.... [Read more]

Phlox subulata 'White Delight'

Phlox subulata 'White Delight'

Common Name: Creeping Phlox
Clear white blossoms in early spring.... [Read more]

Phlox drummondii 'Intensia® Blueberry'

Phlox drummondii 'Intensia® Blueberry'

Common Name:
Mid-height annual blue phlox for baskets, containers or the garden. This series is an award winner to be sure. Heat, drought, humidity tolerance and a sweet fragrance with charming colors. Who could resist?

Phlox drummondii 'Intensia® Cabernet'

Phlox drummondii 'Intensia® Cabernet'

Common Name:
Adaptable to Midwest growing conditions, these annual phlox have won awards galore. They smell great, can thrive in heat, humid and dry conditions and smell great! This one sports a splendid mound of dark magenta blossoms.

Phlox paniculata 'Peacock White'

Phlox paniculata 'Peacock White'

Common Name:

An award winning upright that is compact with clear white clusters of fragrant
flowers. Bred for disease resistance a... [Read more]


Phygelius 'Candy Drops Deep Rose™'

Phygelius 'Candy Drops Deep Rose™'

Common Name:

Exotic cousin to the fuchsia, these cherry red tubular blossoms hang from tall stems on bushy foliage.  Long-blooming... [Read more]


Phygelius 'Croftway™ Snow Queen'

Phygelius 'Croftway™ Snow Queen'

Common Name:
Loose clusters of pure white tubular flowers on strong stems above compact dense deep green foliage. Blooms through the summer with minimal maintenance. Classy addition to mid-borders, smaller gardens and containers.

Plectranthus 'Lemon Twist'

Plectranthus 'Lemon Twist'

Common Name:
Wonderful contrasting green & pale yellow foliage, upright habit These plants are wonderful component plants for many types o... [Read more]

Plectranthus 'Silver Shield'

Plectranthus 'Silver Shield'

Common Name:
Similar to Plectranthus argentatus but more compact, beautiful combined with blues & lavenders.These plants are wonderful com... [Read more]

Podophyllum peltatum

Podophyllum peltatum

Common Name: May Apple
Woodland wildflower, large umbrella-like glossy green leaves with downturned white blooms. Grow in wet to dry soils. Works w... [Read more]

Polemonium 'Stairway to Heaven'

Polemonium 'Stairway to Heaven'

Common Name:
Dazzling fern-like foliage with contrasting cream and green variation and leaf margins are a tinged pink. Clump forming, lar... [Read more]

Polemonium carneum 'Apricot Delight'

Polemonium carneum 'Apricot Delight'

Common Name: Royal Jacob's Ladder
Native to the west coast, this selection forms a mound of deep green foliage with clusters of single petaled pink-apricot flowers on tall stems. Blooms in early summer. Uses include woodland gardens, rock gardens or containers. Self seeds for adde

Polemonium yezoense 'Bressingham Purple'

Polemonium yezoense 'Bressingham Purple'

Common Name:
Striking deep purple foliage showcases deep blue flowers, needs cool moist light shade, May-June... [Read more]

Polygonatum japonica variegatum

Polygonatum japonica variegatum

Common Name: Variegated Solomon's Seal
Vivid plant with leaves edged creamy yellow turning white, white flowers dangle under the leaves. Beautiful plant in shady bo... [Read more]

Polygonatum humile

Polygonatum humile

Common Name:
A charming dwarf Solomon's Seal. A uniquely delightful addition to a woodland garden. Dainty white flowers.Upright habit. Wi... [Read more]

Polystichum acrostichoides

Polystichum acrostichoides

Common Name: Christmas Fern
A slender arching multi-branched fern with evergreen foliage. A native of eastern North America it was used by the early sett... [Read more]

Porteranthus 'Pink Profusion'

Porteranthus 'Pink Profusion'

Common Name: Bowmans Root
Loads of delicate pink fairy flowers sitting lightly on red stems and reddish leaves. Blooms late spring. Drought tolerant on... [Read more]

Portulaca 'Cupcake Carrot'

Portulaca 'Cupcake Carrot'

Common Name:
Intense orange moss roses with a yellow center. These should bloom earlier for us which means we'll be able to get it to you earlier than other series we've grown.

Portulaca 'Cupcake Cherry Baby'

Portulaca 'Cupcake Cherry Baby'

Common Name:

Beautiful cherry red singles with yellow throats pop open with the morning sun.  Very vigorous and early to bloom.... [Read more]


Portulaca 'Cupcake Series'

Portulaca 'Cupcake Series'

Common Name:

A tough, colorful heat loving series know for early blooming. Great cdought tolerance and loads of colorful blooms.

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Portulaca 'Cupcake Yellow Chrome'

Portulaca 'Cupcake Yellow Chrome'

Common Name:
Yellow moss roses dashed with orange. Earlier to bloom than most and well branched.

Primula 'Blue Zebra'

Primula 'Blue Zebra'

Common Name:
Just imagine a white zebra with blue stripes instead of black. It's also reminiscent of a yellow centered, blue and white tie-dyed t-shirt. It will be the talk of the party in that mini container garden or all on its own. You've just gotta see thi

Primula japonica 'Miller's Crimson'

Primula japonica 'Miller's Crimson'

Common Name:
Classic shade lover returns. Red rocket of star shaped blooms launching from pad of felted foliage.

Primula vulgaris 'Belarina® Nectarine'

Primula vulgaris 'Belarina® Nectarine'

Common Name:
Alluring rosettes of double blooms in golden yellow appear early spring progressing to intensely pink and orange at petal margins. Long blooming.

Primula vulgaris 'Belarina® Valentine'

Primula vulgaris 'Belarina® Valentine'

Common Name: Primrose
Always a joy to see in early spring, these brilliant red double blossoms will delight. Very long blooming with lovely textured foliage. Plant them in containers or close to the house where you can enjoy them every day.

Prunella grandiflora 'Bella Blue'

Prunella grandiflora 'Bella Blue'

Common Name: Self-Heal
Brilliant blue-violet blossoms on compact plants are tough, easy to grow, attract butterflies and will bloom in the first year.

Prunella vulgaris

Prunella vulgaris

Common Name: Heal All, Self Heal
Petite spreader with purple to blue flowers on erect stems. Long history of folk use for wounds. This selection has increased content of extract and high flower yield.

Psyllium

Psyllium

Common Name:
Seeds husks used in many healthful recipes as source of fiber. Plant is a narrow-leaved relative of common Plantain, with groups of tiny white blooms atop fleshy 12-18" stems. Plantago psyllium

Pulmonaria 'Moonshine'

Pulmonaria 'Moonshine'

Common Name: Lungwort
Silver white leaves shimmer on this more compact Pulmonaria. A thin edge of green lines each leaf. Small pale blue-white flow... [Read more]

Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'

Pulmonaria 'Raspberry Splash'

Common Name: Lungwort
A profuse bloomer with raspberry coral flowers. Silver-marked more upright foliage completes the picture.... [Read more]

Pulmonaria 'Trevi Fountain'

Pulmonaria 'Trevi Fountain'

Common Name: Lungwort
A brightly spotted beauty which forms large clumps with profuse clusters of cobalt blue flowers.... [Read more]

Pulmonaria longifolia 'Diana Clare'

Pulmonaria longifolia 'Diana Clare'

Common Name: Lungwort
Mounds of narrow leaves start out with specks of silver and as the season progresses leaves become covered with a silver pati... [Read more]

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Blaue Glocke (Blue Bells)'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Blaue Glocke (Blue Bells)'

Common Name: Pasque Flower
Deep violet purple blossoms above softly hairy finely-divided pinnate foliage in April and May... [Read more]

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke (Red Bells)'

Pulsatilla vulgaris 'Rote Glocke (Red Bells)'

Common Name: Pasque Flower
Bright red blossoms above softly hairy finely-divided pinnate foliage in April and May... [Read more]

Pumpkin 'Cinderella s Carriage'

Pumpkin 'Cinderella s Carriage'

Common Name:
If you love your Rouge Vif d'Etampes, Cinderella's Carriage will give you even more to love. The All-America selection committee liked the inceased size and productivity as well as the mildew resistance bred into this new hybrid version. Scalloped,

Pumpkin 'Jack-O-Lantern'

Pumpkin 'Jack-O-Lantern'

Common Name:
'Racer' is early, productive and has relatively short vines. Fruits average 15 lbs. and have nice sturdy handles. Be a hero to all the kids on your block and grow pumpkins in the front yard!

Pumpkin 'Polar Bear'

Pumpkin 'Polar Bear'

Common Name:
Want to grow the biggest white pumpkin on the block? Polar Bear has the genetics to produce 35 to 60 lb fruits on long, vigorous vines. Plenty of fertility and water throughout the season will pump it up.

Pumpkin 'Rouge vif d'Etampes'

Pumpkin 'Rouge vif d'Etampes'

Common Name:
Beautiful scalloped flattened fruit in rich crimson-orange, 6-10" high x 18-30" across. This is your Cinderella's coach pump... [Read more]

Pumpkin Pie 'Baby Pam'

Pumpkin Pie 'Baby Pam'

Common Name:
Early ripening deep orange fruits average 3-4 lb. 99 days.... [Read more]
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